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Iflifi WEEKLY LEASER
fesucd every .Saturday.
TKHMS : W.5-* A YKA7L f 1.50 HALF YEAR
Is oitu us the
inrjtwl Papers iai the West
COnMEHOIAL JOB IHCIMnt;
or KVEUI klxi>
■bally, cheaply niW er-t.-iitlously execute > mu»
•t every shape and kind. Bill Heads, Letter
MJ -Note Xl«t ding*, Blanc« of every kind. Po*t
l ,r h'ljJd on short ordei. having a new
•IW, wfc and 1 reuses, we can do handsome
Wdrt at Tow price*.
Webber & DeKay
Wholroalo and Retail Dealers iu
LUMBER,
SHINGLES, LATH,
SASH. BOORS
AND BLINDS
AND
A litneral Assortment of
PLASTERERS’
MATERIALS
Office and Yard a
FRENCH’S WAREHOUSE,
CHEYENNE, - - \V. T,
anrl ini
MURBiN & SMITH,
WUOI.BMAI.K nEALKR* IN
Foreign Ac Domowllt*
LI QUORS!
win m .
Tobacco & Cigars.
ITTII HTREE'I,
Between Eddy a id Ferguson,
feblO-ti
PROSPECTUS.
Established lit 1807.
The Paper for the People
IwYOWINCj
WEEKLY 1 LEADER j
A Repreaentatlve of
WBSTKUN PEOPLE AXI) WESTERS IMERSTS.
• *
; Republican lu Polltlca,
”* FearlcM InTonc, * ’*
# Frcah In !Vowa, ■
Progressive In Idct,
• *
NOW IN TIIE
Sixth Year of Publication!

j THE OLDEST AND
I LEADING NEWSPAPER '
i OF WYOMING. P
i •
MAY JUSTLY BK REGARDh AS TIIK
•“ • ©••••
; PEOPLE’S FAVORITE j
ft.---
JL#CAL NEWSPAPER. AND A MOST KFKI
CiKNT All) TO THE INTERESTS AND
GROWTH OF THIS YOUNG AND
miU\ IN’G IJEIvUITUIIY.
CEENRAL DIRECTORY
Delegate In t’opgrw,
Forty-Se-cond Congress— Hon. W. T. Jonee.
Territorial (HUcera,
Governor—J no. A. Campbell.
S.vrf/nry-—Herman Glnfcke.
. Marshal— Frank Wulcott.
District Attorney —lC P. Johnson
Surveyor Ventral— S. Heed.
Register V. A. Land Office —H. 11. Wluanr.
Rcceie/ tj PulUc Moneys—a. W. • orey.
Ur*‘*t Strict Collector— Thomas Harlan
l titled State! Assessor—K. 1\ Snow.
I'nited States Commissioner-- J. W. Brunar.
! Territorial Auditor —J. 11. Hay lord.
| Territorial Treasurer— 8. W. Dnwney.
j Justice! of the Supreme f.'otirf—J. W. Fisher; J
11. Kingman; Jos. M. Carey.
| Clerk of let Judicial IHstnct —J. \V. Bruner.
County OlUccra.
S'ertff—T. Jeff Carr,
j Clerk and Reconler —W. Itlchnrdson.
Treasurer— W. L. Kuykendall.
Probate Judge— W. L. Kuykendall.
aunty Attorney—\\\ W. Curlett.
Assessor— John T. Chaffin.
Coroner— J. (’. Webb.
School Superintendent —M. E. Arnold.
Justices of the Peace— Juo. Slaughter; A. G. Mead;
W. L Kuykendall: Adolph Cuny
Commissioners—J. 11. Nichols, M. E. Post.
T. Dyer.
City Government.
.M tellugs of the Town Trustees. Friday even
•ug In each week, at the City Hail.
Presote.nt. of Hoard— M. V. Boughton.
Marshal and C'uUetor—\\ in Rowlands.
City Clerk — W. Richardson.
City Attorney—T J. Street.
Treasurer— W. S. llurlbnt.
City Assessor— W. Richardson.
float lof Trustees— M. V Boughton. K. E. Warren,
•L. R. Bresnahcn, L. KabD, Geo Cnsscls.
Potlr- Sf agist rates— John Slaughter and A. G
Mead.
Church ea.
St Mark's church, Episcopal. Services, from
April Ist to September Ist, at 11 a. m.. and at 8 p.
a*. From September Ist to April Ist, at 11 a. m.
I and 7*4 p. ni. Rev. G. W. Mayer, miuistcr.
CougregnlTial, Rcv.Joslah Strong. I’astor,church
’ corner Nineteenth and llill streets. Preaching
every Sabbath at eleven a. m., and seven p. ni.;
; Sabbath School and Bible Class after morning
i service; Social Prayer Meeting Wednesday oven
ing, ut 7 o'clock. Seats free.
Roman Catholic, ltev. Wm. Byrne, Pastor,
; Rev. Eugene Cnssan, Ass't. Church onO’Nell
street, abovoTwentletb.
j Presbyterian church, corner Ferguaou und
j Elghtccn’h streets. Rev. W. G. Kephart, pastor.
! I‘rcachlng every Sabbath «til u. m. and 7:30 p. m
I Sabbath school at 10 a. m. Seats all free, auu ev
t *ryhody widcumed.
Methodist Episcopal, Rev. Geo. W. Swift, pas
tor. Preaching every Sabbath at 11a. in.
and 7‘J P- m. Sabbath school at p. n.
Prayer meeting every Thursday evening. The
I public are coidiolh invited to nil the services of
j the church,
fflu/tOlllC.
Wyoming Chapter,'No. 1. R. A. M. meets
Hall, oil the tlrst and third Tuesday evenings in
each month, at 8 o clock p. m.
Cheyenne Lodge, No. 10, meets first and third
| Saturday nights in each month, at Masonic Hall.
Odd Follows.
Hope Fncatcjmetit, No. 2, I. O. O. F., metis
every 2d and 4th Wednesday of each month at
U>td Fellows' Hall.
Cheyenne Lodge, No. 1, I. O. F., meets every
Monday evening at Odd Fellows Hall.
i. iTSTr.
Cheyenne Lodge. No. 31, I. O. G. T., meets
i every Pi (day evening at Hood Templars' Hall,
’ 17lb *treei.
1 til:lutlonh w ill be conducted ouly on the first
and ’bird Fridays of each month. The Interven-
I lug Fridays during the month will be devoted to
. literary exercises. F. Williams, W. C. T.
J. ITndkkw .on, W. Secretary.
C'eilluti Brotherhood.
| The O'Donovan Rossa Circle. F. 8., meets Wed
! iiesdav evening of each week, at their new
hull corner Tltoltncs and Sixteenth street.
I a. Ryan. J. Talhot,
Secretary. Centre.
Knights of Pythias.
Regular meetings every Tnursday evening at
Odd Fellows’ Hall at 7:3uo'clock.
All brethren In good stundtug ure cordially lu
j vited to attend.
UOHTKK
Os CommlMfeloned Ofllccr* at Fort D.
A. Itu**e 11, W. T.
J.» mrh V. Bompoiid, Colonel Bth Infuutry, Cora
j iiiniidlng Post.
Z 'clinrinh Ragan, Captain. Post Chaplain.
Augustus C. Paul, iud Lieut 8d Cavalry, Post
I Adjutant.
Bishop Aldrich, Ist Llent. and R. Q. M., Bth In
fantry. A. A. (J M. and \. (’. S. of Post.
Cuvier Grover, Lieut. Colonel Btl Cavalry, Com
mandipg Cavalry at Post.
i • •• the, l*. Bradley. Lieut, Colonel 9th Infantry j
; Charles Puge, Major, Surgeon.
' Philip A. Owen. Capt. Hih Infantry, Co. D.
Frederick Mears,Capt. 9th Infantry. Co. I.
Guy V. Henry, Cant. 3d Cavalry. Co. I).
Frederick Van Vllct, Capt. 3d Cavalry. Co. C.
Dan'l W. Burke, Capt. 14th Infantiy, Co. U.
I Tiiomo- L. Brent. Capt. 3d Cavalry. Co. L.
! Michael J. Fitzgerald, Ist Lieut, ttth liifantry, i
1 Co. F.
Jam*;** K ■nnl"gtnn, Ist Lieut. 14th Inst. Co. C.
William 11. Atuh'owa. Ist Llc.tit fidCava ry. Co. D
lease M Lee. Ist Lieut. Dili ill fa ill y. Co. I.
, <*udon Winstnw M ! ieiu. H.b Infantry.
A'Ulinm II Pen*.- Ist Lieut. 9th lufnntrv. Co. |).
| Royal Wliional-1 Lledt. 3 t c.iv lrv. Co. il.
Jo':;ii Mnrpliy. 2nd L.euf, ll'b lii» «n'rv. Co. C.
Charles M. lincke oiler.’2nd Lieut, btl. >niuutry, 1
Cti. V.
Jam - Me 11. S:u,tbei. 2nd Lieu'. OHi It.fa^rr,
Win. W Robln-un. ,fr. 2nd LletV. 3d Cavalry,
i Co. JI. V/
Goo F. 'T.2nd Ll-u'. 3d (M.I).
■ Jim. A. B i .itvln.2iul Lieu:. 9.h lufau.n , 'Jo. D.
; J. P. R. lie.!', A. A. Surgeon.
AD> NT.
i I'de Iu F Ti 'Misend. Major Blh Infantry, on D.
S.. Comiiiutidlug Fort Sanders.
. rank Staitwood,Cuj»i. 3d Cavalry. Co. 11, on sick
leave.
Dean Monahan. Capt. 3d Cavalry, Co. O, on D. 8.
Camp near mouth of Chug.
Gcrge B. Russell. Cape Nth Infantry, Co. F, on
i». S.. aid de camp to (ion. Augur.
Emmet Crawiord. Ist Lieut. 3d Cavalry, Co. G, on
J). s.. Camp near in on: h of Chug.
Peter D. Vroou. Ist Llent. 3d Cavalry, Co. C, on
I). 8., general recruiting service.
SPECIAL NOTICE.
ON TJIE BREAKFAST, LUNCHEON,
DINNER AND SI'PPER TABLE.
LEA A PlilittlNS’ worcenteralilro
Satire
JH INDISPKNSIBLK.
JOHN DUNCAN'S SONS,New York,
Agents for the I’nited Stales.
apr-ltf
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE.
Happy Holiof for Young Men from the
effect* of errors and abuses In early life.
Manhood restored. Nervous debility cured. Im
; pediments to marriage removed New method of
| tn atment. Nowand remarkable remedies. Bocks
and circulars sent free, I ' sealed envelopes. Ad
| dress, HOWARD AHSOCIATION, No. 2. Sooth
j Ninth street. Phllnd iphla. Pa. %^l-d3m
WE PRINT ALL KINDS OF
Business Cards
' STOVES.
F.
Tn film Now Ilriok Store.
sixteenth Street, bet. Eddy k F»tf a»on,
CHKT,NM£. Wyomisu,
Dialer in
tHAHDWAEE,(
Kails, Spades,
Picks, Scoops,
Shovels, Mech&nloi Tools,
{House Furnishing Goods, J
OF EVERY VARIETY.
Constantly on hnnd u complet* ato«k •
Foreign A Domestic Pocket •
ami Table
J CUTLERYrr
aviso a Large nnd well selected stock of
[Cooking and Heading Stovesj
Toys nncl Funey Goode
of every descript ion, also
PLAIN. PRESSED, and JAPANNED
□ TINWAROI
All Job Work In our line done at short
notice, at reasonable warranted t«
give satisfaction.
Asr Orders from I e country promptly
erded to. eci22-ly
HARPER & IIOUSMAN,
HUH STREET,
Cheyenne, Wyoming,
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
aoaiers m
Parlor, Cooking & Heating Sion
A complete assortment of
Tin, Copper Sheet Iron
AND
Hollo are
WLL BE KEPT ON HA D.
\
Metallic Roofing and Job Work
attended to.
Shelf Hardware
n great varlc'y. Cutlery, Benders'Tools, Hoes
Fork*. Rukea. Bi*ovels Woodsn Ware. etc.
aurll2tf
— L
OSy-For all who desire to-®i
reach the reading public of
Wyoming with their
[advertisements, j
No better method can
be found than in the uso
J6g"of the columns of the-©8
• --e
i DAILY AND WEEKLY LEADER. !
*
ftoy-Read liy towns people-®!
and settlors all along the
/line of the U. P. R.H.,
as well as north,
east and south
““i r
THB
Domestic Sowing M ac^B
Maken the I*ook Stltoh
with the least nnd » ost simple n.nchlnery of
any SHUTTLE Hewing MneltL'e; It therefore
WEARS LIuSS tlimi any other, nnd com
bines with It* remarkable simpllelty and
ease of runnltw, cical quletin-Ka of opera
tion with a wonderful range of work. Don't
fall to exan.lne It. Full HALF, by
7 AXIS sums, A cent tor
I. G. WHITTIER, A£ont to Wj-calxg,
Pot'. Office Biiildicg, Evinston, Wyoming.
Bovza-wd'tniy.
LAND FOR SALK.
MAGNIFICENT SCENERY AND
COOD CLIMATE!
PURE AIR AND TUBE
WATER!
FINE LOCATION
FOR
MANUFACTORIES !
.
A fOKTUN IN A HW YIAIS!
UNION PACIFIC
Eailroad Company
OFFERS
EXTRAORDINARY
Inducements
TO —
Manufacturers,
Merchants
AND
Artisans,
i*
To Settle on the line
of their Road.
NOW is the time, money
can be made from the start,
then grow up with the country.
TIIS TOWN LOT DEPARTMENT «m
--braces one hundred towns between Omaha,
Neb., and Corinne. Utah, and la now ready to
*ell an uullmlted number of Duttine** and
Residence I*>t*, at teht low ratks, to actual
•ettier* <b -lrmm of building up pormanenl
towns and cltlcn along this great thoroughfare.
Nebraska, Colorado, Wyoming, Montana and
Utah are rapidly Ailing up with a permanent
population, who are settling upon the rich sgri
culural lands on either side of the road, and
d •▼eloping the Gol4, Mirer, Copper, Lea 4,
Iron aud Coal mines of the most exten
slve aud richest mining districts In the world.
All these, and the people of intirior mining
camps and towns, must depend on tho nearest
towns located on the Union Pacific Bahroad
for their aappilea of dry goods, clothing, gro
ceries, drngs and medicines, hardware, crockery
and glassware, furniture, farming licy'ements,
machinery, tools. Ao.. Ac. Already L) e demand
for legitimate trade exceeds the supply, and
will more than double every year.
These towns have been located with a
view to health, business capacity and scenic
beauty, and large numbers of them are rapidly
growing Into public prontlnenco. As an index
of their prosperity. It may be stated that the
new buildings erected in these towns during
the year 1871, cost One and tlsree-raurlba
millions sf dollars!
Choose your location, then
your business, and for full
information epply to
Agents on the
round,
OR ADDKKHB
G. F. MAYER,
Qen’l Town Lot Agt., U. P. R. R.
1 OMAHA - - SEP.
CHEYENNE MARKETS.
[CorreoUd Fridny sf Hash H«e*.|
MRAIM.
I States Corn, per 100 ft> l aoQi.tS
• Oata IMuM.tb
aaaADervrrs.
Floor, States, per sack 4 Axas po
Flour. Colorado, •• uu
Bnckwhesi Flour, •• 1.00
paovioioxs.
Potatoes, per new lu^l
Onions. ** IA 4
Cheese, New York factory, per k lT&Sfi
Cheese, Weatera. per b l«uk)
Beans, Nary, per fc 6Q •
Butter, cotmuon ISAtt
■. Butter, good grades, ranch 40AM
Honey SOM4O
Lard TsStO
Bacon, eomaieu 11A14
Hams, smoked UOtt
Bacon. Breakfast 17^20
Pork, Ann. per bbl M.OO^-JS.flO
Apples, green, per l»b> i.Sty 3.00
LAI A JOOOS.
Core Oysters r>.V.<&6 0Q
I'Wo pound Peaches .XI
Three ponnd •• 7.98M8.00
Dora 7.fiofi«*UO
Strawberries ... fi.3
Raspberries fi.A0t&7.25
Blackberries s.uo&VSc'
Tomatoes, two pound cans . 4.5.<tA5.00
, Tomatoes, three •• •• 0.00®6.30
Pine Apple 6.30®7.00
Jellies, otic and two pounds 6.30® 12.00
Retail, per can 23® 30
Elgin Corn 7.00® 7.30
Elgin Cherries 6.73®7,23
Star Lobsters, 2 lbs cans 7.75®H.nn
Htar Lohricr*. 1 lb vaus 6 30®t1.00
Grapes, 2 lb caus 6.23®6.75
Oysters, Cove, 1 lb can 3.23®3.30
On In re, 3 lb cans 7*25® 7.73
Hominy, 2 lb ;ans 7.25®7.74
Pens. 2 lb can* B.SUfofi.OO
Salmon, 2 lb cans M.oo®B 50
Lima Beans 9 lb cans 6.25®7.00
CASS LIVtOHS.
Red Jacket 8.00
j Drake’s 11.30
Hostetler's 18.00
Kelley's 11.00
Whisky 6.75® 7.30
Gin Cock*nil 10.00
Whisky Cocktail 8.. V)
Chamoagnc, pints 24.00
Champagne, quarts 22.00
Old Tom Gin 9.00
Sherry Wine 9.00®10.00
Port Wine 10.80
| Old Itye 7.50® 10.10
' Cognac Brandy 1*.00®9n.00 •
dhikd rnutr.
' ; Apples, western, pet lb jjj® is
' Ajiples, New York, per h> 14® jt'
Peaches, per tb 13® 30
Currants, “ is® 18
Ib-unes *• 16® 18
Blackberries, per lb 17® 30
Raisins, per box 4.<x.'® 4.50
Cherries, per Tb 30® 4J
Raspberries, por D) 40® 30
TKAS.
Imperial 1.30® t.OO
Hyson I:2sft 2.65
I Young Ilyaon 1.40® 1.73
| Japan 1.25® 1.60
■ Oolong 1.25 ft 1.50
corrxn.
! Roasted, per 33®, :»
Rio. common to fair 2o® 24
Rio. good 27® 22
Rio, prime to 0 28® SO
Old Gov. Java 28® 10
Mocha 35ft 40
■ UOARS.
Cuba, common to fair, per 1b 14® IS
Cubs,.good to priine« 14® 15^
P«»rto Rico, good to choice 14® 11
New York Crushed. Powdered, etc.. I6>4® 20
Now York, white coffee. A 16® 17
New York, while coffee, circle A... 15® 16
New York, extra B 14® 13
New York, extra C
: Cuba box 14ft 18
nan.
Cod. 100 pounds 11.00 ft 12.5)
While, half bill 18. no
Mackerel, No. 1 15.00 a 17.00
Mackorel, No. 1, per kit S.uGftS.BO
STRUM
New York, common, per gal 75ft 1.00
New York, good, per gal 80® 1.00
New York, fl gal. kegs 6.50 ft
Golden 2, tier gil 'l.ftft Lto
New York drips, 5 gal kegs 0.30® 7.00
U. A K. drips, pur gal 1.60® 1.73
SALT.
Fine dairy, per bbl B.oo® 8.60
Coarse dairy, “ 6.00® 3.23
“ •• por 1b 4®S
SOAP ANU LANDLKS.
Werks’ per box 8.00
Shaffer's, per box 7.St)
Kirk's Soap, pur box, wholesale 4.50
Chemical •• “ ... 10® IS
Castile, per h> 25® 40
XAILd.
Nalls, limited demand 7.50 ft 8.30
OILS ANU PA.NTS.
Carbon Oil, per gni., per bbl 48 a 50
I Carbon Oil, per gal 56 a 60
I'Lard Oil, * r 2.t0
' 1 Linseed Oil. •• 2.23
• While Lead 20ft 10
CIIKYKNNH LHIEBRR JItUKKT.
IM. lVi and 2 Inch clear dressed 80.00
1 Inch, clear dressed 7u.00
1 Inch. 2nd clear t)3.(K)
A stock boards, 00.00
B Htock hoards
Ceiling. Ist clear, % -40.00
' Celling, Ut clear, 4 45.00
Celling. Ist clear, % 60.00
Clear siding 40.00
A shingle u.oO
1 No. 1 sulngle 6.30
Lath 7.60
•Tar Paper, per lb .07
Plastering llonrd, per lb .09
Cement, per bbl 8.00
Stucco, per bbl 9.00
Ilalr. per lb -.10
Native Lumber, under 20 ft 13.00
Na*. Ive Lumber, over2o ft 87.50 j
i H. GLAFGKE,
: Real Estate Agent,
1
Will Sell on Commission,
:
; REAL ESTATE
'
i IN THIS CITY
l
AND ELSEWHERE IN
I WYOMING TERRITORY
i AND NEBRASKA, ALONG
THE LINE OF THE
(
UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD.
Collections mode and good* of nil kinds
I bought and aold on continuation.
Now on hnnd a few desirable hue «n*l
dwelling hou-e* In rhe- nine and rl»e
where. Office, second floor, Lkai».k building
Choyenne, Wyo.
©lark & Preach,
wssi mum
--A If IV
.WHOLESALE GROCERS.
H
H 0 ■
COR. FABNHin ANft UTH *T».,
OMAHA, NKII.
tpr^-Soa
1878.
KANSAS PACIFIC RAILWAY!
t v
THE FAVORITE. DIRECT AND
Only Ait Rail Route
, -Til-
KANSAS city.lkavknWorth
sad All Points Bast.
NO OMNIUMS or TRANS
FERS by this route, uiuluo LAY
OVER oil Saturday and tiuuduy.
I
PULLMAN PALACE CARS
RIM TURUfUII UKTWKEM
DENVKH AND KANSAS CITY
WITHOUT CHANGE.
Remember this Is the Greul
TlirougU I.lne, und Ibere
I j
in no other nil Rail
■ *> ' )
Ronle to the E»M.
']
Be sure to ask for tickets via Kith- ■
sas Pacific Hailway.
1 KDM'I) 8. I'OWkN Uetierul AupvrlntendetiL
HKVEULY R. KKI M. General Ticket Ageut.
Kansas City. MLsourl.
J. fl. Nl(IIOL\ Agent.
CIIKTKNNB. W. T
!
MOUND CITY
Com n» r« iit 1 Cullogu,
NOS. 21 n A- 212,
iv. t'ot iirii .st, st. Lorn no.
! KOIIMISUI.V KICK A MTEWAKT'h,
i
Ik ilia Model Hu*ln km Sell uloftlie West. K*»l
cor|«* ofilui >ltgli.) \ due.t'i d profes-ur*. Ls'vtl j
(oruis iu ait 'ncihoiir and branches.
Kl'i.l. CUt HSIi OK
Book-keeping.
Tele aru piling,
Civil - uglUbering.
Arltl'in-tb-. P-nretinshlp. I n*''.tab Grammar,
j Bu-lnerr C«rreepM.de 1 re Cummeicial
Law. Language mid Higher Multi
einntlc*.
The Mouu>l City (,%»|leife frtim »li •** imnibpr of j
> studrii e neolett-d :o slttiulluiib imi) piujieriy h« '
called an
I l'llliploi 111 Ollt, ISIIIVIIH.
I
I )Vt* hate now a perfect *>utcui by which ws I
are able to
j • GUARANTEE SITUATIONS
i by special contract. No vacations. Htmluuti
tuay cuter at nuv I hue. For clrculur* udcDetl i
Til ON A. 1114 F. NI. Unis,
I feb24-ly
M, COMINGS, i
i WHOLESALE GROCER
I j
AND IJK.U.KJt IN
TEAS, TOBACCOS, CIGARS,
WINES AND LIQUORS.
Prions Alartyi the Lowest Orders
Promptly Filled.
240 DOCULAS KTHEBT, O.HAHA.Nck
04>r. l-8m
DRUG STORE.
Dr. G. F. Hilton,
DEALRU IN
DRUGS, PATENT MEDICINES
DIE STUFFS, ETC..
Conatnntly on band, Wines and Brandies
for HlckneNa, Tobacco anil Cigars.
Opposite Engle* linker?.
HOUTII U BTRF.ET,
Laruiulo 4’lty, Wyo. T*r, j
uovHJw.tinlj
■! HlflttlJ Slilil
GREEN MOUNTAIN BOY,
FIIOM
| RANDOLPH, VERMONT,
!
H'lIX MAKE Till: (OMINO KKAKON AT
Chryonnr, TVjOtning;,
GIIKKN MWNTAIJT DOY.w„ rlrcl 1.. Elh„i
- lln |. .
it.T. », lii. tecr.i In L«ko dlt. Mill.
llch'ilA, wl'.ri’ lie nlmiil fur ,irrr:i[ •I'n.iin.
flluwi,
TICHHIM:
|25 for the cash at the Hnie V first
•or.lre. Lie r.iimlmler pnr.bie In .|, mmiih..
«llli Uii'hiiillil’.) (it eirilce fur -he mere ihn
11.11 .Viren nllli.ut nitre
ITmcn nrit lu lie \t|ih Toni.
Aci’ .v eililrt.e ell conltntoic»tln.e IA-'
l h. w..ircEt,
nii-ycnllr, ir-j n.
office of tr>
VdW Ykia fnWuiil fiamss.
STATE OF FEHSTIVAIU.
City of rhimtfphitt, /forth 10. IMT
CALL FOR A MEETINI
, i - . cl'rtty
TO KLKCT A
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BOARD OF DIRECTORSi
t*OR TItS ,
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Centennial B oaid of Financ*.
lh tlccordahce with the Act of ConereMtiljk »
proved June lat. 1872, the United Kt&LakCPi r
tennlul Commission hereby laaue a |ac
uioetlng of the Corporators, and all othtfsu«
may then have tUb>RHbetl for Blto4Jtof iheOeft*
tunnla) Board of Fihhnce, to be held
in Concert Hall
on the hoTth side of Cbestuut streets, betweea
Twehh and Thirteenth street, lu gf_
Uhlludclphia, u seres aid, on tho
221 DAY OF APRIL NEXt,
AT i 2 tfOLOOK, NOOK,
for the purpose of electing a Ward of dlreeteeok
10 consist of twtntr-flve s lock hob
term of office shall be one year, and uutN wmF
Nueccssnrs shall liato been .ouullfißd ae hNS«
sdMBWTW sald ttct. -
At this meeting each autacrlber fprstoef #11*1“
entitled to cti*t nnevotu fit pW»oh or by proa/
r reach share of stock tliui rein escntuu.
And under rule ninth, the following tom Wf
|»roxy may be used, .
•*I do hereby authorize and -mpMMlu
ft.r me. UlClEi
my uumu to vote upon share or aiaaS*
‘ In sHldoorporatlon held by nte. and rsprWMil
• c»l by aubscrlp ion certltlcaie Irt».
* nulir tmetlug of ibu ttorpora.ora , art «||H
“►crlhers for »aUI stock called by tbe Uhliai
* Kiitie* Centennial CommUnlhn, and M> DfrJMft
•at l'hllndelphlH. Htaie of PenHftyivanU,. fOki
• tin- purpose of electing the first boerfi T 2r
vUrecton* of said corporation.'’
Witness at t *• tiininu ofPubacrlbei'y* ’
signing | *i sdifrcs*.)” ri
liy order of the United Himes Ceuienaliu
Commission. - • . f.»
i.Kwis Waij smith,
ruar-16 Otdow Sucretaryi
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Dr. G, G. Gravel!#,
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I Green River, W. t.
doySQ-wanly
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H'anuals of
athematical Instruments)
icroscopes,
agio Lanterns,
eteorological liistrufneffOjj
PHYSICAL API* A RATI #
Profusely Hlustruted and Prlccnl, utallsd te
any address 011 receipt of leii cents «tcH.
JAMBS W. Q( KKN A Uft., Optlfta^
9M CHBENirr ET„ «U1 BttOADWlilj
PbllUilrHli. N.w Yurfi.
Mention that you saw this in the Cheyeafil
Lxioaaj
tdaril-JrasW
L. T. WILCOI
Will hereafter levote his whole tune asd .iAldl*
lion to the Jewelry Hustons* He ha*~ the ti
er of the Three Prlfitlttil irherlffatt ffufl
Cointuinlfs. and will keep, all the Mnfe, iroM
supplv of GOLD and BILYRK WAT* 'Rimeßtll!
he will sell, at tho manufscitirera retail prltffc
Clock* and Watches will be nentty and prampn/
repaireil and warranted. Consiaotlj uu ksML
(MINS. PISTOLS, AMMUNITION. Ac.' Also thi
•mprovement on lho U Ineheeter. and toifip*
cluslvu agent for this Tuiritory for Hlia sad
the American Wntrh Co.
1 cpntri'sg *u this Ii 11 •* proninilv attended lie. -
Hlxti of the BIG NYATcM. corner of .
A tiiid N<;eon<9 *tA«ia
I..ramie, n'romlm Trnlw^,
| Uov9. wAinly
N«w PhstogTaphlc EsttbUthUMßi.
U< raff of Pddj and Rrt-nts«nfh ftf.
((TWood's Store,! , *
ChCVtMIHO, lV>(.fiiiu|f,
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1 Pliotograpiis
Can ha li»«f of arfy Sty 16 or lifiieh, 01 sb
.MHfladtypfs,
Perr«-« typed.
4>ema an if
Walth iial
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Baliifaction Guaranteed in all
Cisck

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